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9 Nov 2009, 19:10 by snoopdugiedogSo, I was feeling a strong need for some new albums (probably because I haven't bought one since the beginning of october), so I hopped on over to Newbury Comics, and picked up three:
Flogging Molly - Swagger: Tickets are going on sale for a concert in september, and I completely forgot that I recently bought Drunken Lullabies, so I looked through the Flogging Molly, almost bought Drunken Lullabies, but then bought Swagger. I'm not sure whether I like it more than Drunken Lullabies, but it definitely has some good songs on it.
Blind Pilot - 3 Rounds and a Sound: A couple weeks ago, I saw that they are performing in Boston this week, and then began listening to them. Since I've listened to this album pretty much every day since I heard about the concert and really discovered them, I thought this would be a nice addition.
Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane Over the Sea: I've had this album on my to-buy list for quite some time, so I figured I would get it. …
21 Dec 2008, 02:21 by JohnCa55illoThe following is taken from my music blog, Animal Noises-feel free to check it out.
Album: Three Rounds and a Sound
Artist: Blind Pilot
Label: Expunged Records
We've reached #8 on our countdown, which happens to be Blind Pilot's 3 Rounds and a Sound. What makes this album worthy of such a high rating? I think in this case, it's less groundbreaking music, and more a sense of familiarity. The first time I heard this record, I was reminded of most of the good moments in my life. I have no idea why, or how, but I felt as if I'd heard these tracks a thousand times over. It's a warm familiarity which cannot be matched by any other collection of songs that came out this year, so for that alone, I'm putting it as high as I am. Listen to 3 Rounds once, and I can almost guarantee you'll sense something. It may not be the familiarity that I did, but it will be something good.